Most of the following illustrations and model descriptions were taken from "Intertype Book of Instruction" published by the Intertype Corporation in 1943, with the exception of Models A, B and C which were talen from a pamphlet entitled "Standardized and Interchangeable Intertypes" which it is believed was published in 1917.
The Model C4 is a Universal Straight Machine (single distributor) and requires a magazine shift each time a change is made from one main magazine to another or from one side magazine to another.
Two types of straight machines are available: the straight C type, which carries standard 90-channel main magazines and the straight H type, which is equipped with main magazines of the standard wide 72-channel type.
The C4 may be equipped with one, two, three or four 34-channel side magazines (C4-1s.m., C4-2s.m., C4-3s.m., C4-4s.m.). Front removal of main magazines.